The fact voters waited so long, he said, was good because it meant a lot of people wanted to vote.
Nearly half of Americans live in precincts where long lines at the voting booth were a problem in the 2012 election cycle, according to a survey conducted by President Barack Obama's Presidential Commission on Election Administration.
The survey received responses from 41 percent of local election officials contacted, with the make-up of the respondents
While Stewart acknowledges that there isn't one simple way to reduce wait times, he lays out a number of suggestions that
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings of Maryland, Rep. Gerry Connolly of Virginia and Rep. Frederica Wilson of Florida said the GAO study
During the November 2012 election, some voting stations in Florida had long lines that forced voters to wait for hours before
Desilene Victor's determination to vote was applauded last Tuesday by the joint session of Congress, Democrats and Republicans alike. With her story, and with his commission, the president has summoned us to our shared obligation to protect the right to vote.
Repairing our banana-republic voting system does not require the genius of the Obama and Romney campaign attorneys.
[Would you like to follow me on Twitter? Because why not?] Now, I'm as cynical as they come, and if you were going to suggest
"My hope is he uses his third opportunity, which is the upcoming State of the Union, where he's laying out his policy priorities